ENGR 2405 Pop-quiz 3 Name _Key_ Section _
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Name _ 1. Using superposition theorem, determine the current flowing through R 1 in the circuit shown in Figure 1. R1
V1
10V 12
Rp
3
I'=2/3 A
R1
12
Figure 1
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I"'
R2
6
I"
R2
4
R3
6
6
V1
V1
I
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ENGR 2405 Chapter 2
Circuit Elements
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Chapter 2 Homework #1
2.2, 2.8, 2.10, 2.16, 2.25, 2.29
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LAB 11
Reflection, Refraction,
Dispersion of Light,
and Brewsters Angle
Hammad Abbasi
Introduction
The idea of this lab was to look at the relationship between the angles of reflection and incidence
for the light reflection from concave, convex and flat s
Introduction
Where does energy come from and how can it be measured? Previous laboratory experiments
exclaimed that most, if not all, of the worlds energy comes from the sun and it can be transferred and
harbored in different forms. The first law of therm
Equations: Exam 1
a1 ,a 2 , a3
U
=
Unit Vector:
a1 +a 2+ a3
Vector Eq:
=
a
|a|
r p +t v
( x ( t ) , y ( t ) , z ( t ) )=
Vector Parametric Eq: (X p +t v 1 ,Y p +t v 2 , Z p +t v3 )
Scalar parametric Eq:
cfw_
X (t )= X p +t v 1
Y (t )=Y p+ t v 2
Z ( t )=Z
EXPERIMENT 4
Kirchhoffs Circuit Laws
Hammad Abbasi
Phys 2240
01/05/2015
Introduction
Kirchhoffs Law is very useful in circuit analysis. In this lab we prove the laws for
resistive circuit using DC input and time variant RC circuit.
Theory
There are two pa
Background and Theory
The objective of this experiment was to analyze temperature measurement using an RTD and a
thermistor. Thermistors and RTDs, like thermocouples, are temperature measuring devices.
Unlike a thermocouple, which operates based on the Se